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Grains are broadly divided into 3 categories -

  • Negative grains
  • Neutral grains
  • Positive grains

Negative Grains

  • Rice and Wheat come under this category.
  • The fiber content in these grains is only 0.2% to 1.2%.
  • Within few minutes of eating these grains, the glucose level in the blood spikes suddenly, because of the low fiber content.
  • The sudden increase of glucose in the blood is the reason for healthy people developing diseases like Diabetes, High BP, Cancer etc.
  • Hence these negative grains should be completely avoided.
  • Fast foods like burgers, pizzas, chips etc. increase the rush of glucose as they have low fiber content.

Neutral Grains

  • Finger millet (Ragi), Pearl millet (Bajra), Proso millet (Chena), Sorghum (Jowar) etc. fall in this category.
  • They have Fiber of around 1.2% to 3.6%
  • By consuming these grains, those who are healthy would not fall ill, but those who suffer from diseases would not get cured.

Positive Grains

  • 5 grains fall in this category (more are being discovered)- Foxtail, Barnyard, Browntop, Little, Kodo millet.
  • These grains are collectively called SIRIDHAANYA MILLETS. They have been discovered by Dr. Khadar Vali.
  • These Grains have 8% to 12% of fiber in them. Fiber is one of the important macronutrient that one should take.
  • These grains have the right amount of fiber, as required by our body.
  • This fiber ensures the release of glucose into the blood – slowly, steadily and in optimal quantities.
  • Adding these 5 Siridhaanya millets in our diet, helps cure various diseases
  • The people who are healthy and do not have ailments will not develop any.

Positive Grains Siridhaanya Millets

Name of Grains Carbohydrate % Fiber % Ratio
LITTLE MILLET (KUTKI) 65.50 10 6.68
KODO MILLET (KONDON) 65.60 9 7.29
BROWNTOP MILLET (MAKRA) 69.37 12.5 5.55

* Ratio of Carbohydrate and Fiber in Grains must be in Single Digit, as seen in sridhaanya millets.